Chilmark voters go to the polls Wednesday to decide a slate of spending questions and a two-way race for the board of health at the annual town election. A single-item special ballot is for a new town moderator.

Polls are open from noon to 8 p.m. at the Chilmark Community Center.

In the board of health race, incumbent Jan Buhrman, who owns Kitchen Porch catering, is seeking a fifth three-year term. She is being challenged by Curtis Cetrulo, a retired physician.

There are no other contests on the ballot. Select board chairman Bill Rossi is seeking reelection to a third term.

Seats on the town planning board and finance advisory committee will be partly decided by write-in votes because there are more open seats than candidates on the ballot.

Voters will also be asked to decide 10 questions exempting spending from the provisions of Proposition 2 1/2, the state tax cap.

Funding for a new fire station and EMS buildings, which won unanimous approval at the town meeting Monday, is the first question on the ballot.

Two questions seek a general override for the up-Island regional school district and Martha’s Vineyard regional high school fiscal year budgets.

The remaining questions are debt exemptions for building improvement projects at the Chilmark and West Tisbury schools.

On the special election ballot Janet Weidner is running unopposed for moderator. Ms. Weidner served as temporary moderator at the town meeting Monday, and will replace longtime moderator Everett Poole, who retired this spring.